Exploring natural elements

   "2 Out of 4 Elements-Earth Plowed'' (watercolor on paper), by Ed Ferszt, in his show "New Work,'' through March 31 at the Hera Gallery, Wakefield, R.I. He uses art to explore the natural elements of the rural and exurban environment of southern Rhode Islan  d, whose unofficial name is South County.     Mr. Ferszt  has  long used water-based media, with his most recent work on stretched paper. He creates both small and large watercolors.       

 "2 Out of 4 Elements-Earth Plowed'' (watercolor on paper), by Ed Ferszt, in his show "New Work,'' through March 31 at the Hera Gallery, Wakefield, R.I. He uses art to explore the natural elements of the rural and exurban environment of southern Rhode Island, whose unofficial name is South County.

Mr. Ferszt has  long used water-based media, with his most recent work on stretched paper. He creates both small and large watercolors.

 

 

  Cottages at Roy Carpenter Beach, in Matunuck, in South County, whose southernmost strip consists of beautiful barrier beaches.    -- Photo by Swampyank

Cottages at Roy Carpenter Beach, in Matunuck, in South County, whose southernmost strip consists of beautiful barrier beaches.

-- Photo by Swampyank